644 acre established hunting & fishing camp located on the Tombigbee River just west of Amory and, as the crow flies, some 20 miles southeast of Tupelo and 35 miles north of Columbus. The property fronts on and can be accessed by MS Hwy 6, MS Hwy 371 & Wax Bottom Road. All access points are secured by locked gates.
This tract features over 2 miles of river frontage (the river generally forms its eastern boundary), about 80 acres in some 19 old lakes dating back to the 1950s, old river runs, 14 food plots and an excellent network of interior roads totaling over 6 miles. The base camp provides comfortable lodging in both a single wide & a double wide mobile home and several sheds are available for storage of supplies & equipment.
The outdoorsman will find a broad range of activities to enjoy on this place. The bottomland hardwoods provide great habitat for the numerous deer, turkey, duck, rabbit & squirrel that roam throughout. And the fisherman will find plenty of action in the lakes that have been naturally stocked over the years by the river with bass, crappie, catfish, bream and maybe even a prehistoric fish or two. Further, the numerous interior roads provide a great place to take in the diverse scenery while hiking, horseback riding or 4 wheeling. Kayak the river and lakes or just relax on any of the sand and gravel bars and watch the river roll on by. You will not get bored hanging out at this place.
624 acres of this tract are subject to a Conservation Easement in favor of Mississippi Land Trust. The 15 acre base camp off MS Hwy 6 and a 5 acre tract off MS Hwy 371 are exempt from the easement. The general purpose of the easement is to ensure the perpetual protection of the land in its current undeveloped & relatively natural timbered state and to encourage the owner to utilize management practices that will improve & maintain a diverse forest and wildlife habitat. To that end, it does not restrict the owners right for the continued use of the land, including the roads and trails, timber harvest, forest management, hunting, fishing and trapping. It does, however, in general, prohibit the owner from subdividing the property, any commercial or industrial uses, or constructing or placing buildings or other structures. In other words, given that the highest and best use of this tract is and has always been recreational, the impact of this easement is very minimal. A copy of the easement will be provided to qualified prospects.
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